Bypass Captcha Verification in Chrome, Firefox Automatically


Some web services uses Captcha image verification to restrict entry to bots for improving the security and automated registrations. But sometimes these captcha codes become hard to read even by humans and becomes more time consuming activity.
Rumola, a new browser addon, will be helpful in this situation which lets you bypass captcha verification and automatically fills the captcha codes in websites.
How to Bypass Captcha verification using Rumola
Open an account at Rumola. (you’ll get 10 free trials at registration)
Install the addon required for your browser.

After installing the addon, restart your browser if required and once the plugin is activated, it will automatically start filling captchas for you.
captcha automatic addon
Below screenshot shows Rumola in action bypassing captcha input from user.
captcha bypass
How to skip captcha: Once you start to fill other fields or double click captcha field, Rumola will initiate captcha recognition and read the numbers & letters and puts them in the box for you.


Do you have questions, comments, or suggestions? Feel free to post a comment! 


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July 4, 2012 at 6:40 AM

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